Are any of your younger sisters out, * Miss Bennet?
The younger ones out before the elder ones are married
The old woman, seeming to forget Maggie's hunger, poked the skewer into the pot with new vigor, and the younger crept under the tent and reached out some platters and spoons.
At last the younger woman said in her previous deferential, coaxing tone,--
This elder son, too, was displeased with his younger
As much as the ape-man detested the thought of sleeping within a native hut, he had determined to do so this night, on the chance that he might be able to induce one of the younger men to sit and chat with him before the fire that burned in the centre of the smoke-filled dwelling, and from him draw the truths he sought.
It was little Buulaoo, the chief's son by one of his younger wives--a vindictive, degenerate little rascal who hated Tambudza, and was ever seeking opportunities to spy upon her and report her slightest breach of custom to his father.
Thus was I able to reconstruct the vanished Younger
World as it was at the time I lived in it--or at the time my other-self lived in it.
She turned away from him and glanced at her younger
brother, who was screwing up his eyes and shaking with suppressed laughter, and unable to control herself any longer, she jumped up and rushed from the room as fast as her nimble little feet would carry her.
Dashwood, who could not think a man five years younger
than herself, so exceedingly ancient as he appeared to the youthful fancy of her daughter, ventured to clear Mrs.
Their interest was so deep that the younger
ones whispered when her back was turned--
generation, conscious of strength and tumultuous, have done with knocking at the door; they have burst in and seated themselves in our seats.
I cannot help promising myself, from such a dawn, that the meridian of this youth will be equal to that of either the elder or the younger
Dearest, dearest Meg,--I do not know what you will say: Paul and I are in love--the younger
son who only came here Wednesday.
From this deficiency of nourishment resulted an abuse, which pressed hardly on the younger
pupils: whenever the famished great girls had an opportunity, they would coax or menace the little ones out of their portion.